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Samworth Enterprise Academy

Samworth Enterprise Academy
Established 2007 (2007)
Type Academy
Religion Church of England
Principal Pat Dubas
Location Trenant Road
DfE number 856/6905
DfE URN 128364 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Coeducational
Ages 3–16
Website School homepage

Samworth Enterprise Academy, is an Academy (publicly funded, semi-independent all through school) located in Leicester, England. It is a co-educational school for 3-16 year olds that specialises in Food, Business and Enterprise. The school was created on the site of the Mary Linwood Comprehensive School which closed in 1997. It opened in 2007[1] under the co-sponsorship of the Church of England and businessman Sir David Samworth,[2] and incorporates a fully functioning church.[3]

See also


  1. ^ "City academy finally opens doors".  
  2. ^ "Pork pie makers lead the way for academies".  
  3. ^ "Headteacher defends school funeral".  

External links

  • Samworth Enterprise Academy official website
  • Westminster Academy review and photos by a+t magazine
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